Saint Jude

NOUN
  1. (New Testament) supposed brother of St. James; one of the Apostles who is invoked in prayer when a situation seems hopeless
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How To Use Saint Jude In A Sentence

  • The stone toe of Saint Jude, patron of impossible causes, was worn smooth by the desperate kisses of the faithful.
  • Next to an official archdiocesan fundraising brochure, I found, early on a weekday morning, a small, homemade stack of leaflets in Spanish with a prayer to Saint Jude, ‘patron of work’
  • With that he took a deep draught of wine, and shook his head with much solemnity, when his kinsman replied that his family had been destroyed upon the festival of Saint Jude [October 28] last bypast. Quentin Durward
  • My patron saint was Saint Jude, the patron of lost causes.
  • The church was dedicated on 1st March 1805 to the local Saint Jude.
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